Headline News ... or, Ronnie Earle's Hometown Paper
Statesman attempts countering DeLay's bias whining with headline spin
Day 1: DeLay blames vengeful politics for indictment
Day 2: DeLay goes on media offensive
Former House Speaker claims Democrats, Earle colluded in case
Day 3: 'Crime story' documentary stirs political ire
Prosecutor gave filmmakers access to DeLay investigation to pump up his case, critics say
Day 4: Earle lost Kay; can he beat DeLay?
Day 6: DeLay indicted on 2 new counts
Defense says Earle wants a 'do-over' for 'illegitimate' case
Day 7: One grand jury refused DeLay charge
Day 14: DeLay's lawyers seek jury details
Defense subpoenas records in attempt to prove misconduct
And finally, over a photo of defendants Jim Ellis and John Colyandro consulting with their "media relations specialist" Melissa Hopkins:
Day 17: 'This is a prosecution that's run amok'
See, a media relations specialist can show you how to overcome that hometown bias.